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1 C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

2  C-3: Counselors in charter schools with community involvement.  Funds: Funded by the U. S. Department of Education, Washington, DC.  Time frame: April 2009-June 2012  Counselors: Four counselors added at four charter schools and one team leader.  Training: Weekly professional development.  Delivered: Through the Pima County Superintendent’s of Schools Office, Tucson, AZ C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

3  Overview  Purpose  Goals  Getting Started  Steps  Think Time Form  Planning C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

4 Think Time is a classroom strategy used in partnership with other teachers. Three Main Elements Precision Request Time-out Procedure Debriefing process C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

5 Encourages Students to:  Take responsibility for their actions  Identify appropriate classroom behaviors Encourages Teachers to:  Realize repeated warnings promote disruptive behaviors  Disrupt low-level misbehavior early on  Use positive communications w/ students C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

6 Think Time is designed to:  Increase positive teacher/student exchange  Cut short negative interactions  Give students opportunities to reflect and resolve situation  Provide students with positive feedback C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

7 Prior to implementation Teaming—Buddy Teacher Notify families (optional) Physical preparations Student orientation C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

8 A Five Step Process 1. Catch disruptive behavior early 2. Student moves to Think Time classroom 3. Think Time period & debriefing form 4. Check student responses 5. Rejoining the class C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

9 Name ______________________ 1. What was your behavior? 2. What behavior do you need to display when you go back to your classroom? 3. Will you be able to do it? Yes __ No __ 4. Additional comments C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

10 Special Considerations Periodic evaluations Preparing substitutes C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

11 “Perhaps the most important concept for teachers to recognize is that for time-out to be effective, students must want to participate in ongoing classroom activities. The term ‘time-out’ implies that the ‘time-in’ environment is reinforcing.” (Ryan, Sanders, Katsiyannis, & Yell, 2007) C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips

12 Dr. Judy Bowers, C3 Grant Project Director Angela Robinson, C:3 Grant Project Leader support.org Candice Alvarez C:3 Grant Southgate Academy Lisa Russell C:3 Grant La Paloma Central lrussell Kathleen Phillips C:3 Grant La Paloma Lakeside A Three year Federal Grant funded by the U. S. Department of Education, Washington, DC C:3n Grant Office of the Pima County School Superintendent/ K. Phillips


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